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|Title:||Special programs, (IPLTEXT and AEBOOTØ1) for the development and use of stand-alone programs for the IBM 360 computer|
|Publisher:||Australian Atomic Energy Commission|
|Citation:||Sanger, P. L. (1970). Special programs, (IPLTEXT and AEBOOTØ1) for the development and use of stand-alone programs for the IBM 360 computer. (AAEC/E209). Lucas Heights, NSW: Australian Atomic Energy Commission.|
|Abstract:||A special [PL disk program, IPLTEXT, and a stand-alone program, AEBOOTØ1, are described. Their combined use provides a powerful way of developing and running stand-alone programs. Both programs can be used on any IBM 360 computer that normally operates under OS/360. A stand-alone program can be assembled and put onto disk in load-module form as a member of a partitioned data set by using standard IBM 360 Job Control Language. By specifying the appropriate DSNAME and member name using the computer console typewriter, this stand-alone program may subsequently be executed by loading it into core storage under the control of the IPLTEXT-AEBOOTØ1 system.|
|Gov't Doc #:||219|
|Appears in Collections:||Scientific and Technical Reports|
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